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Part I. Clinical Syndromes - General; Part II. Clinical Syndromes - Head and Neck; Part III. Clinical Syndromes - Eye; Part IV. Clinical Syndromes - Skin and Lymph Nodes; Part V. Clinical Syndromes - Respiratory Tract; Part VI. Clinical Syndromes - Heart and Blood Vessels; Part VII. Clinical Syndromes - Gastrointestinal Tract, Liver, and Abdomen; Part VIII. Clinical Syndromes - Genitourinary Tract; Part IX. Clinical Syndromes - Musculoskeletal System; Part X. Clinical Syndromes - Neurologic System; Part XI. The Susceptible Host; Part XII. HIV; Part XIII. Nosocomial Infection; Part XIV. Infections Related to Surgery and Trauma; Part XV. Prevention of Infection; Part XVI. Travel and Recreation; Part XVII. Bioterrorism; Part XVIII. Specific Organisms - Bacteria.
This is a clinically-oriented, user-friendly text on the diagnosis and management of infectious disease.
David Schlossberg, MD, FACP, is Professor of Medicine at Temple University School of Medicine in Philadelphia, Adjunct Professor of Medicine at the University of Pennsylvania School of Medicine in Philadelphia, and Director of the Tuberculosis Control Program for the Philadelphia Department of Public Health. He is a Fellow of the American College of Physicians and a Fellow of the Infectious Diseases Society of America. In addition to winning numerous teaching awards, he has been invited to lecture throughout the United States and East Asia. He is a reviewer for a number of medical journals, including the New England Journal of Medicine, Clinical Infectious Diseases, the Annals of Internal Medicine, The Journal of Infectious Disease, and JAMA, and has written or edited 20 books in the area of Infectious Disease.
'The illustrations in all sections are excellent and a feature of
the book is well laid out summary tables. ... I would recommend
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the medical/clinical microbiologist.' Microbiology Today
'As an infectious disease fellowship program director, I frequently query fellows in my program to determine which of the shorter infectious disease textbooks and/or Internet sites they prefer as a quick review source. ... a number of them have recommended this textbook as a source for brief reviews of topics. ... this textbook has many qualities that encourage me to recommend it as an infectious disease topic textbook.' Clinical Infectious Diseases
"Encompasses almost all aspects of the clinical management of infections in humans...As a busy infectious diseases provider, I have the book in my desk during my outpatient clinic, and I have found it very useful in my daily practice...With its color images and great quality, this book will appeal to any reader." --Doody's Book Review Service